Earl Weaver Baseball (1987-1991)
The artificial intelligence for the computer manager was provided by Baseball Hall of Fame member Earl Weaver, then manager of the Baltimore Orioles by Electronic Arts. EWB was the first game to introduce features that subsequently became part of most or all computer baseball sims through present day. EWB allowed players to simulate an entire season of games without actually showing each game play-by-play. The Amiga version featured voice synthesis, a first in a sports computer game. The first time different stadiums were shown with actual dimensions. EWB was the first game to have the MLBPA license and feature actual major league players.
- Earl Weaver Baseball (1987)
- Earl Weaver Baseball (1989)
- Earl Weaver Baseball II (1991)
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